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Applying Domain-Driven Design and Patterns: With Examples in C# and .NET by Jimmy Nilsson

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Chapter 1. Values to Value: Or Embarrassing Ramblings When Self-Reflecting on the Last Few Years

This chapter’s intention is to set the scene. I will do that by looking back in time over the last few years regarding how I have thought about different concepts and how my ideas have changed over time.

We will jump around quite a lot and cover a lot of ground, but the overall idea is to discuss values to value regarding architecture and processes for development.

On this journey, we will introduce and talk about many concepts that we will discuss in depth later on in the book.

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Overall Values

In the past, I was very good at planning ahead. I often added functionality, structures, and mechanisms to my projects proactively. ...

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